Credit Crunch

This collection of websites, covering the period July 2008 to January 2010 was initiated to reflect how the UK has been affected by the global financial crisis. The collection includes the websites of banks, corporations, local governments, consumer and financial advisory groups as well as blogs and commentaries.

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  1. Does the UK Credit Crunch Mean the Death of Organics?
  2. Dood News, Debt on our Doorstep
  3. Dorset County Council joins the fight to recover funds frozen in Iceland
  4. Dorset Police Authority supports LGA move on Local Authority Icelandic bank deposit
  5. Drax Group
  6. Dubai World
  7. Dubai World Media Centre - The official source of news and infromation on Dubai World and its Companies
  8. Dungannon and District Housing Association (DDHA)
  9. East Midlands Development Agency - emda
  10. East of England Development Agency (EEDA)
  11. Economics Help
  12. Economics Interpreted
  13. EDF Energy
  14. EDF Energy Trust
  15. Ekklesia: Tackling the 'credit crunch' justly
  16. Energy Networks Association (ENA)
  17. Entertainment UK (EUK)
  18. Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC)
  19. Euroheat - gas, oil and woodburning stoves
  20. Experian

Sites (382)

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